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morning. to you, i'm richard lui. frustration is growing in the air and on the ground as more of the nation's airports are hit by long delays due to forced government budget cuts. complaints are mounting and the white house says a compromise could be on the way. tracie potts has the latest from washington. >> reporter: frustration is mounting, richard, because people have to sit and wait for planes to take off. 1500 workers are sitting at home every day, furloughed, not on the job as a result of the sequester cuts. here in washington, an faa administrator was asked about that and asked why it took the agency so long to let airlines and airports know exactly who would face the hardship cuts. >> we have been talking about reduction in available controller hours of 10% for months. >> but you didn't tell them which airports, which airlines? >> we told them that they should expect significant impacts at major hub facilities. >> reporter: now, it does look like the white house and some lawmakers on capitol hill are warming to the idea of some sort of temporary fix. the white house h
. >> and buy a $17 million home. >> not happening. >> i'm richard lui. you're watching "early today" just the first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> in "the washington post," panel pushes to expand wiretaps for online activity. this article says government task force is preparing legislation that would penalize tech firms that fail to heed wiretap orders. then in "usa today," man stabs four people at church in albuquerque. unfortunately here, t-- fortunae injuries were not life threatening. >>> here's some of the stories we're watching. the mother of the boston bombing suspects is under the microscope after russian authorities say they intercepteded a phone call. >>> president obama is expected to dominate mayor anthony fox of charlotte, north carolina, as his new transportation secretary. if confirmed, fox would take over for outgoing secretary ray lahood. >>> and friday's congressional vote to stop the furloughs was made official this weekend ending a weeklong headache of understaffed airports and delayed flights across the country. >>> one competition in germany got a lit
other. >> love it. i'm richard lui. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> leading the news in "the l.a. times," charged egyptian satirist remains irreverent. >>> and in "the wall street journal," towns see banks cut back branches after years of growth, financial institutions closing thousands of outposts as more customers start to embrace online and mobile banking. >>> time for an early look as some of the stories we'll be following throughout the day here on nbc. prosecutors expected to announce their decision on whether to seek the death penalty for james holmes, the man accused in last year's colorado movie theater massacre. nbc's leeanne gregg is live for us in centennial, colorado, this morning. good morning to you, leeanne. >> reporter: good morning, richard. extremely unlikely prosecutors say are the chances they'll accept the plea deal, fueling speculation with a death penalty prosecution. holmes would plead guilty and spend the rest of his life in jail, avoiding execution. prosecutors say they haven't been provided key details that
. >>> i'm richard lui, and this is "early today" first your first stop of today on your nbc station. >>> leading the headlines this morning on nbcnews.com connecticut lawmakers reach deal on most comprehensive gun limits in u.s. the bill includes a ban on large capacity ammunition magazines like those that adam lanza used to fire 154 shots in 4 minutes at sandy hook elementary school. >>> in the "new york times" air pollution linked to 1.2 million premature deaths in china. air pollution is the fourth leading cause of death in china. >>> the holy festival in india had its grand finale this weekend, plumes of colored powder shot into the air as thousands gathered in the streets to get covered head to toe. the rain dough procession. its festive celebration means singing, dancing and making a real mess of the streets. looks great. >>> a group of unusual protesters in russia offered their two cents on healthy eating. this gang is hoping to stamp out fatty foods. mushing up fast food under the heel of their boot. the colorful protesters showed these burgers who is boss. yeah, i don't kno
and reportedly lashed out as a photographer for getting too close. always tough. >>> i'm richard lui, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> in "politico," corporations getting cold feet on tax reform as d.c. finally gets serious about fixing our tax system, it looks like the captains of industry are now backpedaling. >>> u.s. struggling to contain nuclear threats from north korea, iran. despite four years of diplomacy, the isolated nations remain resistant to stand down on their nuclear programs. >>> when you're hundreds of stories above manhattan, the view can't be too shabby. one world trade center is still under construction, but the new york port authority revealed a picture. the 100th florida is set to open in 2015. >>> rudy salita loves to take rides on his bike. what's really unusual is who he likes to take with him. 1-month-old m.j. loved long bike rides perched on his owner's shoulders. and with cat cuddling up to his neck, not scared of moving in the streets either. look at him. didn't even fall down. the inseparable duo z
some are speculating what that new single. >> i'm richard lui, this it td, just your first stop of the day on your nbc station. >>> leading the news in "the washington post" cancer clinics are turning away thousands of medicare patients. blame the sequester. oncologists say the reduced funding makes it impossible to administer expensive chemotherapy drugs while staying afloat financially. and "the miami herald" has a fascinating head line. bill to end alimony draws debate in tallahassee. florida lawmakers are considering a bill that would put an end to permanent alimony payments. >>> it appears one baby in california has gone to the dark side and his father has the video to prove it. take a look right here. the viral video shows this 1-year-old darth baby wielding his seemingly dangerous like saber, even engaging a little battle with dad. his siblings got in on the action. that is cool. dad, obviously, very, very good. i wish i had that. >>> in mexico, one man's misfortune with several others gain. a crashed truck carrying cases of beer flipped over after a train crashed -- is t
them all. i'm richard lui, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> leading the news in the "daily mail," alive. a delirious and near-death hiker, age 18, was plucked off a cliff face after friend left her behind. >>> trapped in rugal central california, kyndall jack is lifted to safety by helicopter rescuers. great story. >>> and in "the new york times," the obama budget reviving offer of compromise with cuts. next week, the president will take the political risk of formally proposing cuts to social security and medicare. >>> well, from pint-sized presidents to basketball blunders, nbc's betty nguyen takes a look at the week that was. >> reporter: the week kicked off with some easter fun until one bunny got a lesson in helmet laws. >>> then, on to april fools', where the white house pulled off a small presidential prank. but the joke was on president obama, whose basketball blunders left us asking, i thought he had game? >> this isn't good. yesterday, president obama shot baskets at the white house and only made 2 shots out of 22. even d
is dead." i'm richard lui. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> leading the news in "the washington post," michael bloomberg group's gun-control scorecard will give lawmakers letter grades. the billionaire will unveil a grading system tuesday of an "a" through "f" agun issues. >>> and in "the new york times," with help from nature, a town aims to be a solar capital. lancaster's mayor says he aims to be the first town in the universe that produces more solar-powered electricity than they use. >>> a porcelain bowl fetching a record price at auction. in near-perfect condition meant big numbers for bidders, bringing in a whopping $9.5 million. this rare double lotus bowl is over 300 years old, a part of the ching empire, but the buyer should not expect much. this tiny one fits in the palm of your hand. i guess a teacup maybe, rice bowl. >>> in brazil, old video games are getting a new twist. classics are part of a new outdoor exhibit. passersby can saddle up with an ipad controlling the towering graphics from the ground below. the larger-
my room. >> i'm richard lui. your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> leading the news in "the new york times," rifts in both parties complicate odds for gun measure. some democrats and republicans facing re-election in conservative states will not support new background checks. >>> in "usa today," media late to coverage of abortion doctor's trial. this is the case of the late term abortion doctor kermit gosnell. >>> the start of the buddhist new year celebrated in asia with annual water festivals. people in mian particular were splashed with water. symbolic of washing away the sins of the old year and in thailand their famous festival people were using super soakers for a water fight. >>> musicians in peru beat their way to a new drumming record. more than 1500 people participated in breaking the new local record for the largest number of players of the peruvian drum called a cajon made of a wooden box with a sound hole on one side played by slapping the front with your hands beating last year's record by 48 people. >> i played that on stage somewhere. >> you'
in the days ahead. >> bill karins, thank you so much. >>> i'm richard lui, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> terror at the boston marathon. this is what we know right now for you. three people were killed in two explosions which happened at 2:50 eastern time monday afternoon. the twin blasts occurred as little as 12 seconds apart near the finish line of the race. one of those killed was an 8-year-old boy. more than 140 others were injured including some who lost limbs. officials say there were two confirmed explosive devices both of which contained bbs or ball bearings. the fbi has taken over as the lead agency on the massive investigation. police issued alerts for a man seen leaving the scene and looking for a rental truck. seen attempting to enter the area near the finish line. anyone with information is being asked to call 1-800-call-fbi. authorities questioned one person at brigham and women's hospital. but the police commissioner said he was not a suspect and no one is in custody. an official also saying here law enforcement cond
does that star bangled banner yet wave ♪ >> a touching tribute there last night. i'm richard lui. this is "early today." just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> recapping this morning's top story a massive and deadly explosion at a texas fertilizer plant. one official describing the damage as similar to iraq and the oklahoma city bombings. it's still developing but here's what we know right now. police saying between 5 and 15 people killed and at least 160 injuries. the explosions happened last night in the city of west, there in texas, about 20 miles north of waco. and 66 years ago to the day, this all too eerie. yesterday's "the new york times" front page in 1947 detailed another texas blast. this one in texas city, killing hundreds and injures thousands of others. >>> an arrest has been made in the murder of a texas district attorney, kim lee williams the wife of a former texas justice of the peace has confessed that she and her husband were involved in the shooting death of koffman county assistant prosecutor and district attorney mark mcclellan and his
. >> don't you think glaad? i don't know. >> maybe. >> clinton. yeah. i'll work on that. i'm richard lui, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> leading the news this morning, "usa today" says the boston bombing suspect opening up to police. the 19-year-old suspect who remains hospitalized in serious condition began responding to questions in writing because of a possible self-inflicted gunshot wound to his neck. >>> in politico, a fascinating story. ted cruz versus marco rubio on immigration. first-term senators are both having cuban roots and potential presidential rivals differ over immigration and the path to citizenship. >>> now back to our continuing coverage of the terror attacks in boston. today a moment of silence will be held at 2:50 this afternoon one week to the moment two terrorists tried to shatter the spirit of boston. a nurse tells the associated press she finds strength in seeing her patients' faces and smiles knowing they are getting better. >>> meanwhile, federal charges could come for accused bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev.
on $1.50 a day for five days straight. good stuff there. >>> i'm richard lui, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >>> well, leading the news this morning on nbcnews.com, officials say the hospitalized bombing suspect says he and his brother acted alone motivated by religion, adding that they were not in contact with overseas terrorists or groups. >>> and in "the new york times," a presidential pact for young scientists, note president obama on a bike during an encouragement of children to learn science, engineering and matd mathematics. >>> developing news out of libya now, where officials say a car bomb went off outside the french embassy overnight in the capital city of tripoli. the blast injured two french guards and a libyan teenager and caused extensive damage there. >>> the tsa is holding off on letting flyers bring folding knives on board airplanes until the group gets feedback from an advisory committee. good idea, right, bill? the change was set to take place on thursday. tsa officials confiscate them every day. they do 2,000 d
right. >> i don't like to show off. >> i'm richard lui, and this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> the gun show. >>> leading the news this morning in the "the washington post," charges dropped against mississippi man in ricin case as fbi searches second home. a fell magistrate judge had all charges against paul kevin curtis dismissed without prejudice. >>> in "the l.a. times," l.a. now live is $4.2 million settlement fair? during the manhunt for a fugitive ex-cop two women delivering newspapers were mistakenly shot by lapd officers. >>> here's what we're keeping our eye on this morning. the associated press is the latest victim of a twitter hacking. a bogus tweet said president obama was injured. >>> dow plunged 143 points minutes later. syrian electronic army claimed responsibility. >>> officials now believe the two brothers accused in the boston marathon bombings acted alone. the younger brother still in the hospital told investigators he learned how to build the bomb from an al qaeda magazine online called "inspire." fbi agents are in rus
: this is "early today" for friday, april 26th, 2013. >>> very good morning to you. i'm richard lui. just this last hour we're told the surviving suspect in the boston bombings has been moved from a hospital to a prison in massachusetts. dzhokhar tsarnaev is being held at a facility for inmates with medical issues. the 19-year-old has been recovering from a gunshot wound to the throat. meanwhile, the boston marathon was just the first target on the tsarnaev brothers terror hit list. dzhokhar tsarnaev told investigators they planned an attack in new york's times square. justice correspondent pete williams has more for us. >> reporter: investigators say they've been told that while the bombing suspects were fleeing from boston in an suv they carjacked last thursday night they came up with the idea of driving to new york, taking along a half dozen bombs they had with them. >> in the car they made a decision to go to new york with the remaining explosive devices that they had and to detonate it -- detonate one or more in times square. >> reporter: police say one of the men, dzhokhar tsarnaev, had visit
: this is "early today" for tuesday, april 30th. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm richard lui. the nba said it will be business as usual moving forward despite two words monday from one of its veteran players that helped to shatter one of pro sports last barriers. washington wizards center jason collins saying "i'm gay." new reaction this morning but first more on the announcement from nbc's mike taibbi. >> reporter: he was drafted as an inside scoring force. while jason collins is not a star or a starter any more the 12 year pro is something no active player in a major league team sport has ever been, openly gay. >> there are tens of thousands of people before him. he's the first one to come out while playing and say "i'm gay." >> reporter: collins wrote i want to do the right thing and not hide any more. i want to take a stand and say me, too. the reaction hugely positive. from kobe bryant proud of jason, nba commissioner david stern saluted his leadership mantel on this very important issue. and former first daughter chelsea clinton, classmate at stanford, cheered him for having the stre
that. i'm richard lui. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day on your nbc station. >>> lead news in today's "new york times." targeted killing comes to define war on terror. this highlights osama bin laden's son-in-law who is part of a select group of high-level terror suspects who have not been killed. >>> in "the washington post," lily pulitzer, fashion designer dies at 81. lilly is creative mind behind the most colorful dresses ever created. >>> an animal park in japan welcomes their newest and tiniest member. a litter of asian black bear cubs, welcoming them to the park. the special exhibit with the young bears will allow visitors to pet, touch and even hold the cubs once they mature a little bit later this month. then they get really, really big. >>> a group of stunt drivers in the republic of georgia are looking for their big break. video of the crew taking curves at dangerous speeds and narrowly avoiding cars as they zip around corners. drawing hundreds of viewers here. now that they know that their hobby is popular, the group is looking for a little hollywo
havoc across the country. good morning again, i'm richard lui. there are new college basketball champs. louisville taking home the title, beating michigan 82-76, all game long the teams kept trading the lead, but the cardinals peyton siva dropped it in and put the cardinals up by five. luke hancock was the leading scorer for louisville and couldn't sink the last-chance shot. louisville's win makes rick pitino, the only coach ever to win two national titles with two different teams and he'll follow through on a promise he made to his players. >> all these guys, if they say hello, they get a tattoo. they said if you win the national championship, coach, you're getting a tattoo. >> where will it be and what will it be? after the game, the backboard was lowered so kevin ware who broke his leg in their win over duke could cut down the basketball net as a token of the team's victory. what a game that was. >>> this morning north korea is warning foreigners in south korea to leave the peninsula as tensions continue to escalate there. countries across asia are preparing for a possible missile t
special msnbc presentation on this day. i'm richard lui. in just a moment, we're going to bring you the latest documentary from academy award-winning filmmaker, davis guggenheim. i'm richard lui. a very good day to you. he is the man who brought us "an inconvenient truth" and "waiting for superman." guggenheim has teamed up with lorena paul jobs to produce "the dream is now." we bring this to you at a key moment for immigration reform. there are more than 11 million undocumented immigrants living in america today. about 1.4 million of them came to the united states as children and 700,000 of them are currently enrolled in school. now, many of the kids we meet in the film have accomplished and excelled as their families remain in the shadows. today we stand at a critical cross roads as a vote appears imminent on immigration reform on capitol hill to provide a path to citizenship, though. until then, though, for millions, this american dream is in the balance. so with that, here is part one of "the dream is now." >> calls for immigration reform -- >> alien problem. >> could the politi
. >>> good afternoon, i'm richard lui, you're watching msnbc, the new place for politics. we have a documentary called "the dream is now" that talks about the immigration bill that will be debated in the senate this week. many children have a secret that if exposed could turn their lives up side down. an msnbc contributor in her own words. >> what we're talking about is 11 million individuals living within our borders that are doing the work of an underground economy that we know exist. most folks don't realize that these people pay billions of dollars already into our economy, whether it's social security or state a and local taxes, but let's take we do in it in a way that we benefit from their -- they are asian, they are russian, they are irish, they are individuals that reflect our very fiber. when we talk to the majority of americans, they actually believe in a pathway to citizenship. how can we get washington to pay attention to where the rest of us are? we need to make sure we're making on calls to our elected officials 57kd that our undocumented -- if they're breaking laws
with president obama. keep it on this channel for more news, weather and sports. i'm richard lui. thanks for watching "early today" just your first stop of the day on your nbc station. have a good one. >>> she with was all smiles. couldn't have had a better daughter. >> as police continue to search for answers, we're learning new details this morning about the three people who died in the bombings in boston. we'll bring you the latest next. >> plus, we'll update you on the condition of the young martinez b boy. >>> outage affecting all of south santa clara county. when things could be online. >>> bouncy shot. got some wind out there. looking at the bay bridge. brace yourself. christina loren will be along to talk about that. it is wednesday, april 17th. this is today in the bay. >>> it is 4:31 on the nose. thank you, everybody. thank you so much for joining us. i'm jon kelley. >> and i'm laura garcia-cannon. looks windy. what are you up to today? >> it is windy. it will be another blustery start to the day. the good news is, jon and lawyera we'll see those winds finally relax as we head
network's aannual conference here in new york that just got under way. msnbc's richard lui is there, and i know, richard, you were able to talk to some of the families devastated gi gun violence. >> yes, we were able to talk to parents who were part of two local cases that became national cases because they happened in the backyard of the president. jenia mcfong was 18 when she was shot in the head. that became well known because her sister on that very same day had attended aan anti-violence session with president obama. joe mcfarland as well as angela blakely, the woman's parents, spoke to me about what they think needs to happen. >> when you see the news, you see other children -- you see other children on the news and i never thought i would see my daughter on the news doing this very thing. so just be careful, whatever their decision is with gun laws. >> the president is in the united states. every person has to be president of their own home, meaning parenting, spending time with their young people. >> there's also the story of cleopatra callie. her daughter who they are talking abou
action network's annual conference in new york. richard lui is there. you spoke with a number of people personally affected by gun violence? >> reporter: yeah, we just finished listening to the immigration reform panel. but the first panel of the day was on that what you just talked about, gun violence. and i had the opportunity to speak with three parents who shared on the panel the loss of their children. one person was only 18 years old, from chicago, shot in the head by a bullet. she died. on that day, her sister was at an event with president obama who was speaking on gun violence. her parents shared with me a little bit earlier the message they would like to get out. >> the president is president of the united states. each person has to be president of their own home. spending time with young people. >> when you watch the news, you see other children -- i'm sorry -- you see other children on the news and i never thought i would see my daughter on the news doing this very thing. so just be careful, whatever their decision is. >> and then there was hadiya pendleton's mother who told
is to blame but obama is unfairly using delays to prove a point. richard lui will join us next with how much the delays can cost you in addition to time. i'm telling you right now, the girl back at home would absolutely not have taken a zip line in the jungle. i'm really glad that girl stayed at home. vo: expedia helps 30 million travelers a month find what they're looking for. one traveler at a time. expedia. find yours. and "up to 75% lower copays." as a preferred pharmacy, walgreens can save you as much as 75% compared to other select pharmacies. walgreens, at the corner of happy and healthy. >>> air travelers are dealing with another day of delays forced by the furlough of air travel controllers. the faa says chicago o'hare has delays averaging nearly 30 minutes. newark and charlotte are dealing with similar delays. in the past hour, faa administrators got an earful from the chairman of the house appropriations committee who said the obama administration didn't warn congress about the impact of the furloughs. >> this imperial attitude on the part of the administration and you're the most
. richard lui is here. will it make a difference? >> we looked at the numbers. for the defense department alone, 800,000 employees will face pay cuts because of the sequester. the 5% obama is giving could help spare furloughs. here is how. the president's salary is $400,000 the average employee $70,00 o. the president is giving back 5%. a furlough is a 20% pay cut. the money the president gives back could save 1.5 fed employees a job. the move is getting symbolic. it's getting followers. a democrat senator is taking a pay cut and forcing furloughs of his own staff though he's not required to do so. claire mccaskill is going to do some of the same. some critics want all of congress to take a cut. if they were to do that, we ask how many furloughs does it save? >> standard pay for congress members is $174,000. if they cut their pay 20%. that would save 1300 employees from having to take a furlough, a small fraction of the hundreds of thousands hit by the sequester. if they give a 20% of their net worth? on average, members are millionaires. their combined net worth half a billion dollars. s
they wondered whether they would ever be treated fairly in courts. >> richard lui has the drill down, and this one has the technology in silicon valley that's really helping this cause. >> all coming together in a new way, 140 characters could save a human life. that's because sex and labor trades can rarely talk with outsiders without getting beaten. but they usually have a cell phone system. victims can quietly text befree to get some help. and the backers of such tools are charities, google announcing a $3 million investment yesterday to help streamline a fractured response system. there are over 200 response vict victims. >> imagine a world where we have the data at our fingertips to know where trafficking is happening and how and where to respond to it. >> we began to tell her about resources in the area, we can map out where she is, we can immediately create a response. >> and they can build models real time based on locations and seasons of the year. they can be a step ahead of traffickers now. technology has also been used to lower the demand for slaves. there's an app at the
morning, i'm richard lui. a manhunt is under way in north texas. authorities are searching for the person that killed mike mclelland and his wife both shot to death in their home near dallas over the weekend. officials saying it does not appear to be a random act. this is the county's second prosecutor to be gunned down in two months. assistant district attorney mark haase was killed in a parking lot near the courthouse in late january. no arrests have been made in that case. >>> tensions are escalating on the korean peninsula. also vowed to keep its nuclear arms. on sunday the u.s. sent f-22 stealth fighter jets to join drills with its south korean ally. nbc's jim maceda is in seoul. is this more sabre rattling from pyongyang? >> reporter: richard, it's probably more sabre rattling. i haven't sensed this much tension in 20 years. missiles and artillery are combat ready. they're pointing, at least according to north korea's leader, kim jong-un, at south korean and u.s. targets now. both sides, north and south, say that they will strike at the slightest provocation, the other side. kim jon
morning. i'm richard lui. north korea celebrating the 101st birthday of its founding father and washington fears its current leader may use the occasion to flex his military muscle. secretary of state john kerry has just wrapped up a three-day trip to the region. nbc's chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell reports for us from japan. >> reporter: in tokyo john kerry reassured japan the u.s. will defend it from north korea but the obama administration would negotiate with pyongyang under the right negotiations. >> we should talk about the possibilities of peace and i think there are those possibilities notwithstanding the rhetoric and the provocation. >> reporter: kim jong-un has shown he's not interested in diplomacy. his father negotiated with madeleine albright in 2000 and released two american journalists to bill clinton in 200 the and his grandfather reached an agreement with jimmy carter for the clinton white house. north korea has broken every past promise to disarm. this has been going on for decades, the cycle of confrontation, negotiation, aid and the false hope that
today" for monday, april 22nd, 2013. >>> hey, good morning to you. i'm richard lui. the fbi's investigation into the boston terror attack is picking up steam as the city prepares to mark one week since the bombings. suspect dzhokhar tsarnaev remains in serious condition at the boston hospital with gunshot wounds including one to his throat possibly from a suicide attempt. he has yet to be charged in connection with the attack or been notified of his miranda rights. however, this morning officials tell nbc news he's awake and using pen and paper to answer questions from investigators. this as the fbi says it has obtained surveillance footage showing tsarnaev putting down his backpack near the finish line minutes before the explosion. massachusetts governor deval patrick says he's been briefed on this footage. >> the suspect took the backpack off, put it down, did not react when the first explosion went off and then moved away from the backpack in time for the second explosion so pretty clear about his involvement and pretty chilling, frankly. >> while we wait on that video, t
29th. >>> good morning, everyone. >> good start to the week to you. i'm richard lui. syria's prime minister survived a car bomb while calls for ti
" for monday, april 8th, 2013. >>> very good morning to you. i'm richard lui. the pentagon has bolstered u.s. missile defenses because he cannot take the chance here that pyongyang will not soon engage in some military action. this despite a top official there saying he misspoke about north korea preparing for another nuclear test. nbc chief foreign correspondent richard engel is in the korean peninsula. >> reporter: what south korean officials are saying is that they have picked up activity around a test site that north korea has used in the past to detonate underground, in tunnels, its nuclear weapons. and originally south korean officials had said they thought that north korea could be planning perhaps imminently another nuclear test. however, south korean officials now say that they're not entirely sure that a test is going to happen. only that they have seen some activity in the area. that's not particularly unusual and wouldn't necessarily be a sign that north korea could be in the last final stages of preparing yet another nuclear test. what north korea is doing, however, and this i
>>> and good morning. i'm richard lui in for chris jansing. breaking news, former establish prime minister margaret thatcher has died after suffering a stroke. thatcher dominated british politics for two decades after being elected in 1979. we're joined now by cnbc's scott cohn from london and mark bashir. let's begin with you, scott. as the details come in right now, how are britains reacting? how sudden of a development was this? >> well, mrs. thatcher was 87 years old and had been in poor health for a number of years, richard. nonetheless, this is a chance now to reflect on her legacy. you know, she could be and is was in many ways a device itch figure, considering what she was taking on coming in following the wrenching inflation of the 1970s. she took on the country's labor unions, privatized industries. but former prime minister gordon brown saying this morning that even though who disagreed with her understood the strength of her convictions. and the current prime minister, david cameron, cutting short a trip to europe to come back here reflected this morning on the pivotal
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a toda una nacion es la del pequeno martin richard de 8 anos edad quien falleciera en el devastador evento. luis yepez dice haber ayudado al padre de este durante la explosion el papa estaba en showck, acostado con una herida muy seria, estaba preguntando por su hijo pero estaba desubicado basado en lo que estaba pasando. mientras tanto bajo una fuerte seguridad por parte de autoridades esta manana familiares y amigos dejaban flores frente de la residencia de la familia richard . segun se reporto la madre de martin sufrio una lesion en el cerebro, mientras que su hermana perdio una pierna. en un comunicado el padre de martin, bill richard, indicaba lo siguiente: "mi querido hijo ha muerto a causa de heridas adquiridas durante el ataque de boston. mi esposa y mi hija se estan recuperando de lesiones serias. agradecemos a nuestros familiares y amigos y aquellas personas que no conocemos por sus oraciones. asi mismo pedimos paciencia y privacidad en nuestro proceso de recuperacion" hasta el momento no han dado de alta a ningun paciente, lo que si informaron algunos doctores del tufts
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